Indian students number highest on US campuses

November 24, 2008

INDIA POST–India has, for yet another year, emerged as the leading place of origin for international students in the United States with 94,563 enrolling into campuses across the nation in 2007/08. The double-digit increase at 13% from full story
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Colleges reporting increase in number of international students

November 24, 2008

MONTGOMERY, AL–More and more students from around the globe have been tak­ing advantage of educational op­portunities in the United States — and that has meant increased diversity in area colleges. A recent online survey by full story
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US sees record roll of foreign students

November 18, 2008

FINANCIAL TIMES–The number of international students at US colleges and universities rose 7 per cent to a record high in the past academic year, according to a report that will be released today. The growth is a small bright spot for American higher full story
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Foreign students flock to schools

November 18, 2008

ST. CLOUD, MN–Enrollment of international students at U.S. colleges and universities is at an all-time high, according to a report released today by the Institute of International Education. There are 623,805 international students studying at U.S. full story
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New record: 94,563 Indian students in US

November 18, 2008

WASHINGTON, DC–Indian interest in an American degree remains unabated, notwithstanding random accidents and homicides involving students from India in the United States. For the seventh year running, India is the leading source of foreign full story
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US universities take steps to attract international students

November 18, 2008

THE GUARDIAN–When Yuting Wang first walked into an agent’s office in Chongqing, a bustling city in central China, she had never heard of St Louis University. But she knew she wanted to go to college in the United States. Like many young people in Asia, she turned to an agency to help her full story
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Foreign students aid isles’ economy

November 18, 2008

HONOLULU, HI–The number of foreign students in Hawaii colleges dropped 6.4 percent last year, but they still brought in more than $117 million to the isles, according to a new report. There were 5,645 international students studying here in 2007-2008, most of them from Japan. full story
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